ZENIT 2021 JUDO 2.0 Dancer Longboard Skateboard Deck w/Grip

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Specifications
  • Length (in): 44
  • Width (in): 9.25
  • Flex Level: Medium
  • Wheelbase: 27.75-28.75
  • Plys: 5 Ply
  • Construction: Hard Rock Maple, Poplar, Triaxial Fiberglas
  • Griptape: Black applied on tails by MuirSkate + a center sheet
  • Concave Style: Radial
  • Concave Depth: Medium
$189.95 USD
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Description

The 2021 Zenit 44" Judo Dancer longboard skateboard rounds out the line-up at Zenit Longboards. The Judo is the most technically oriented dancing board in the Zenit line-up. It is freestyle focused with big round kick-tails that generate a lot of snap off the pavement. The 9.25" narrower platform still allows plenty of space while maneuvering on the deck. The nimble feel of the Judo is one of the main features that attracts the attention of longboard dancer aficionados. Technicality and control is what the Zenit Judo is all about.

Most dancer decks are equipped with 180mm Paris Reverse Kingpin trucks. Experienced Longboard Dancers prefer 65-67mm round-lip wheels like 65mm Fat-Free longboard skateboard wheels with Beasto bearings.

Zenit's Description

What’s inside the board?
This board features a wooden core made of four plies of Hard Rock Canadian Maple that are epoxied around a central Poplar ply for reduced weight and increased pop. We sandwich the core between two sheets of pre cured fiberglass which are embellished with the board’s alluring colors.

Pop + Control + Durability
The pre tensioned and pre cured fiberglass supplies some playful flex patterns that keep the board consistent throughout. Gentle kicktails on all the 2021 dancers facilitate popping the board so you don't have to comply with gravity. Most importantly, the composite material keeps the board crisp, snappy, and durable, without sacrificing any of the wood’s natural flexibility.

Technicality and control
The Judo is our most technical dancing board oriented toward the freestyle rider. Like most street
skateboards, it features big round kicks to elevate the level of control when doing aerial tricks, not to
mention manual combos and ghostride variations. A narrower platform means flip tricks come easier
than the Judo’s bigger siblings, but also that it can be a great choice for a smaller rider looking for a
lighter board that still has all the same board walking capacity.

Cruise: 6/10

Freestyle: 9/10

Dancing: 10/10

Weight: 5.2 lbs

Stiffness: 5/10

The recommended rider weight for this board is below 240 lbs.

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